Mario to Wario [Model SHVC-WE]

The Nintendo Super Famicom Game by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

DESCRIPTION

Emulated in MAME ! [CONSOLE] Nintendo Super Famicom Game

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(Mario to Wario)

Mario to Wario is an action/puzzle game by Nintendo inspired by games such as the rodent-saving Lemmings. The evil Wario is plotting a new evil plan. Once again, he has decided to take his revenge on our favorite digital plumber Mario and his friends. But this time, he has planned to trap our heroes under various objects that he keeps throwing at them. These objects, varying from buckets, jellyfishes or pipes get stuck on their heads and prevent them to see where they're heading. For this very reason, the player doesn't directly control our heroes. Instead, he is in control of a cute and little fairy named Wanda. Her task is to guide Mario (or one of his friend) to the end of each stage within a time limit. There, Luigi is waiting and will remove the undesired object. Each character moves at his own pace and Wanda must influence their actions with her magic wand and make them walk, stop, change direction, move blocks and so forth... Things are of course not that easy and they have to overcome countless obstacles in their paths such as enemies, mines, ladders, trampolines or spikes. Blocks also play an important part in the game and can be affected by Wanda - some can be walked on, some are breakable, some disappear and so on. Like with any Mario game, tons of special items are hidden within every stage are just there for the grabbing such as Coins, mushrooms and Stars. Mario And Wario can only be played with the Super Famicom Mouse.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Cartridge ID: SHVC-WE

TRIVIA

Released on August 27, 1993 in Japan for 6600 Yen.

Mario To Wario was also released as a special edition. This version came in a large box and included a Nintendo Mouse and was sold for 9500 Yen.

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com

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